Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
___Tuesday, Dumber 51, 1971 _ THE UTHBPIDCE HERAID 3 organizes TABEH (UN'S) Clarence; M. Jespersen was re-elected. rreve of the Tabor Mil at the recent .statutory meeting. Councillors are deputy-reeve Cecil R. Wiost, Enchant. Kon- aJd S. .lohnson, liarnwell. Y. M. (Mike) Ohashi, Tabor, Ben- jamin Friescn, Vauxhall, Er- nest Tilleman. Hays, and nc.v- comc.r Lynn .1. Wenbnurne, Ta- bcr. The council set the second Monday of each month lor reg- ular meetings. All memheis of count il were named lo the finance, public works and (iomeslic animals ad committees In finances, the reeve and secretary treasurer were au- thorized to approve and make payment of accounts of an emergency nature. Two councillors will act on damage claims under the do- mestic animals one resident in the division where the inci- dent occurred and Hie sec- ond his nearest neighbor. For public works, each coun- cillor will recommend con- struction and improvement work in his respective division. Appoinlcd lo Hie agricultural service hoard were councillors Ben Friescn, chairman, and Ernest TMIcman. while farmer representation is William Flet- cher and Kverett Kerkhnff. District agriculturist Murray council -72 Jack liu! I in wins coulriK'.l. for tl.ciiiolilioi) CRANBROOK (Special) Jack Bullin. bidding ST.KKi plus' .salvage, was awarded the eon-- Irael for riemolilion hy Jan. :i1 of a further structures nn Nalal's main street. Tenders to the Regional Dis- trict of East Kootenay for Ihe job, which will clear two-thirds of the buildings in the former village, ranged up to Adjoining Middlcfnwn and .Michel on Hie Snnlhern Traas- (J.-iiu-Khi Itiglnvay are already eleai-erl of slruelures. excepl for Ihe hri'iulal vhieh is slill fllllv operating. F. Wilde will represent Ihe de- partment of agriculture on tlv board. Reeve Jespersen was named chairman ol the courl of revi sion. to ad with councillors Johnson, Wenbourne, Ohashi and Wiest. Mr. Jesperson will also rep- resent the Urn council on Ta ber's induslrial committee. No funds were voled lo support the committee's work. 0 I. h c r appointments in eluded: Mr. Johnson u> attend meetings of Tabor School Divi sion and the Baron.s-Eureka Health Unit, .Mr. Olvaslii to the Taller Foundation (Clearvicu and Mr. f'ricscn lo the Oklman River Regional Plan ning Commission. John Boon, Coaldale, was ap pointed welfare officer. Councillors Ohashi. Ericsen ami Wiest were appointed members of the Taber district recreation council. The council named Stewart Uorchak and Ccclmimd Skrct ting to the KeeJ Clean ing Co-op, and Edwin F. Andor son and Loui.s Turcato lo the Cleaning Co-op. James Graham was recom meiuled by tile council to rep resent the area on the board to manage the combined Leth bridge Muneipal Hospital dis the Lethbridgc Ausil iary Hospital district. Details of the merger of the two boards will be outlined by Al Johnson of the Alberta llos pitals, in a visit Iwre lalcr in the week. Delails of Ihe minislerial order will he explained. Mr. Graham's appointment to the board was approved by the Taber lown council lo make the position official. Wednesday event PICTURE BUTTE (ILNSI A Christmas cantata. Joy to the will be presented in the Dorothy Dalgliesh School Wednesday night al eight by Hie Iron Springs Christian Reformed Church. The director will be Gerrit Van Zcggelaar. Lily Larier will be the guest solnisl, Gertie Hienen narrator and Jim Dykshoorn pianist. t --4 Bryan Wilson Photo, BACK CUP OF MILK FUND Coalhursi High School Mudrnls enlpr The Herald Building with SI 25 raised in a mighty effort for Ihe Cup of Milk Fund. They are: Brian Riehl, Dale Saende, Noreen Davies, Eugene Arizona, Grace Ruftan, David Roth and Mi mi Smienk. They put several weeks' work in to the project. "We thank the Coalhursi school board for giving us the use of a booth nt their bingo." We thank all of you. 11 is wonderful how our young people are pitching in for the refugees. I.ef's nol hear another bad word about these young kids. Incentives idcns wnnlcd V ronmentai group conducting water stud o (II.NS) Environ-1 Dust fall cylinders which are i Crocks and serves so'tlini! _ The I'indi'T (Yec-k regional mental control officer Bill j .simply (mil juice cans set out! pond for all waters ilraining recreation board renuesis o'r- Malhe.son of Kaiser Resources in a network design with each j lhc.se watersheds. Mailer car-' Environmental Con-1 containing waler lor anli-freeze ricd hy the water sidles back trol Department has found (hat j in winter i are also used. The j ol the' dam an-l dues mil Ret entail some inier- cans are left for one month inlo the Klk Kiver. n is an lilt car esting problems. For instance, almost anyone can look al Michel Creek near the KRL operations and from time lo time sec thai it is black in color. Most people will im- mediately say it is from coal dust, bill Matbcsnn said the creek ran black during four pc- weiphed. I-'rom this an esti- earln-lill f.am ui mcable core and i be measured. Sprinkling roadvvavs lo allc- IIR One massive and completed viale dll-'l scheme designed to p-.il a slop to waler pollution caused by Ihis now developmcnls I conciilion is the building of the Harmer Creek dam. The dam works t. The board will be submitting an application for own pro- sit'ialcd helow Hie confluence is headed nods last summer and each lime the cause was found lo be filamentous bacteria, which can grow in hair-like colonies. The growth of the bacteria in-fUllk dependent on just the right wa- i it III l> Ji i II j J lei temperature and supply of food. Growth of the bacleria al- ternates with growth of algae. Ihe KRL environmental con- trol group has been co-operat- ing with Ihe B.C. Fish and Wildlife Branch in exanting Benthic organisms in Michel Creek. The Branch 's doing Mmilar wark in Ihe Elk River.! Qeralc' Ro-lllls from Ihe two nrojects will he labulatcd and informa- tion shared wilh the Fish and aml Wildlife nranch. recenl am are parl of Rill I governments live materials used tion. Application Ihe varird aelivires n kec i clean and KKL's deter-' i minalion to do so Matheson and his the [process of monitoring Jan. 31. emissions from slacks at Earlier in- ;ue ad- ser Reseurees Limited orr-ra-: visaiile. lions and are constantly moni- The Pincher Creek regional hiring waler of Hie F'k River: recreation hoard is offering and Michel. Baldy. Crave and this service since many nrpani- Erickson Creeks. "This is: nations and agencies erm com- stricllv for our own irfarma- hine to achieve Die minimum tion." Malhesnn and will man-months rcqniromenl. I president of tile Klzikmn Fish enable us lo have aceuralc in-[ Contact parks and reerealion formation on Ihe effects of mill- I superintendent llngh Waddle HE BUTTE (HNSI Erllund was elected ;ilion al the al meeting. Grace The work involved sett ing 12- inch diameter baskets under- water. The baskets have mesh mg on (lie in n vcar 01- two.' Ondrich is secretary-treasurer, j Named to various posls were John Morgan, social convenor; _. flsh CTmmlltpc bottoms and are loaded with rocl-s. They are left for one month periods then taken out. chairman; Edward Walsh, big The rocks are then scraped and game committee chairman; an accurate count made of the jumj cole, publicitv: Charles types of insect life. The finance: predator: Slim sample bottles arc sent to Bar- finance; Bill iBiesler- vcv Andrusi'k. rey onrl eries biologist for Should the bottles reveal a good cross-section of insect life. membership; vice-chairman: Nylc iiarl Foss. good and welfare; Jim Curan, bii'd committee chair- it indicates the stream is in a man; Russell Dixson, pollution; healthy condilion. Lawrence Halmra.st, Alva Bair In addilion to waler. air is' and Roy Brower, measuring also being monitored. The en- j committee: and hoard of direr: vironmental control department i tors Roy Ondrich. Ralph Schaf- already has two high-volume fer and Gordon Cole, samplers operating in the area I Tlic annual trophy measuring and Ihe units are examined i day is scheduled January 22 in daily the Foremost Community Hall. Croivsnest Puss Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blciirmore Phone 562-2149 326 5fh St. S. 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